Students enrolled 1281
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School leader MS. SUSAN T PHILLIPS
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District Duval County School District
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13200 Chets Creek Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL 32224

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July 02, 2014
My children's school is Chets Creek Elementary. I am very pleased with this school. My children attended private school since they were 2 yrs. old. I was reluctant to enroll them in public school. Chets Creek took away all those ridiculous fears. The staff is always available and they are loving and firm. My children come home happy an eager to tell what they did in school. Their grades are excellent. The work is challenging. If the children have a need the teachers address it immediately. The environment is exciting, engaging and happy. Chets Creek is an awesome school! You cannot ask for more in a school. A refreshing break from private school where we were nickled and dimed for everything and I cannot see where it made a difference. If you can send your children to Chets Creek, do not waste your money on private school. Invest your time and or money in public school.

- submitted by a parent
January 27, 2014
My kids are in their 3rd year at CCE. Overall, it has been a great experience and I am happy with the school. The teachers we have had so far have been wonderful and caring. It seems like nearly all the kids at this school come from a good home background (good kids). Many parents are heavily involved in the classroom and extra activities. The curriculum is a little challenging as they go up in grades and they expect ALL students, no matter what, to be able to keep up. No extra attention or help seems to be given to those struggling, however, my kids have been able to keep up. The principal seems very passionate about the school. My only problem is the overcrowding. This year both of my kids have 40-41 students in their class (to two teachers). I find this totally unacceptable and wish they could fix this problem. But overall, it's been a good experience.

- submitted by a parent
November 06, 2013
Everyone I talked to said the school was great. So I was excited for my son to start. Well maybe I am one of the unfortunate ones because I'm not impressed. I think the school cares more about money and socializing than they do educating. The principal is overly friendly with the teachers. So if you have a problem she tends to back up the teacher instead of addressing the parents concerns. My sons teachers care more about social hour than teaching . I have noticed they have their favorites and ignore the ones who need extra help. Of course its easy to teach the "fast " learners. However, that's not what a good educator does. We are going to make it through the rest of this year but my son won't be returning. The classroom sizes are so overcrowded. So while the school is greatly funded, the education and concern for the children who attend is severely lacking.

- submitted by a parent
July 17, 2013
Best school ever. I went to Chet's Creek in 4th and 5th grade,, this school was amazing. They have "themed" years, for 4th grade it was like racecars and 5th it was "dreams do come true". I was in gifted class and it was okay, on certain days instead of going to my class I went to gifted class. My least favorite thing about gifted is that they do a musical every year and it seems that it's all they do in that class, we didn't do much else. We did get to go on a field trip to visit Daytona 500 racetrack and learned a lot. Teachers care a lot about the children and help them reach their potential. I loved my teachers and this school. I've been to many schools in my life and Chet's Creek will always be my favorite.

- submitted by a community member
July 17, 2013
I had high hopes for Chets Creek after reading the great reviews. We went to the orientation and I thought it would be like any other orientation where you tour the school and meet the teachers. Needless to say I walked in the front office (where the staff ignored me for 20 mins) and found out my daughters room number and we walked to the class. The teachers were both dressed in very short dresses and 5 inch heels, not something I expected out of a teacher! They introduced themselves as Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Cuipak and then gave me papers to fill out and continued to talk to each other about their husbands and home life. They didn't talk to me after introducing themselves or talk about the curriculum they would be using or anything school related at all! I figured maybe I just had a bad first impression of this school and it would get better through out the school year... it went down hill from day 1. My daughter will be repeating the 1st grade and I don't feel like this school is good for children unless you are there to socialize! I am hoping her transfer will go through and she will be able to attend another school for the 2013-2014 school year.

- submitted by a parent
July 09, 2013
When my daughter started Kindergarten, I thought this school would be fantastic. Her teachers Ms. Johnson and Ms. Happ were awesome! The school staff sounded excited to have parent involvement and volunteers. I quickly realized they only wanted specific parents to volunteer. I ran into a couple of minor issues along the way. Overall Chets Creek is great. Most of the teachers are happy to explain things and meet with you about your child's progress, all you have to do is ask. My daughter had one not so great teacher in the 1st grade (may have been due to pregnancy hormones) and for most of that year did not seem as eager to go to school. She will be in the 5th grade this year, and due to her conduct and grades will be one of the best patrols ever! My son lucked out with his Kindergarten teacher (he also had Ms. Johnson) who looped up with her class for 1st grade. His 2nd grade teachers (Ms. Walag and Ms. Earnest) were equally wonderful! We are looking forward to 3rd and 5th this year. For all who are looking at this school - There is no PERFECT school, but Chets is as close as you can get! High standards for the children and encouraging staff.

- submitted by a parent
July 08, 2013
I heard so many great things about CCE I was excited for my daughter to start kindergarten there. Kindergarten was pretty chaotic. She had 34 kids in her class with two teachers, one of which left to have her baby. Then she moved onto first grade. Same size classroom with two teachers who were unable to meet every childs needs, my child included. I get there is overcrowding and a lack of teachers but there needs to be some type of help for those students who learn slower than others and can't keep up with the "pact". From my experience, they don't mold the way they teach to accodomate the kids. If you know a child doesn't learn a particular way, doesn't a great teacher try different avenues? Not my kids teachers. They just move onto the next lesson and you better keep up. They are 6 and 7 yr olds and their foundation for learning gets affected negatively when that happens. I am not pleased at all. My daughter is going to second grade there only because my husband pleaded with me to give them one more year. So I will go into next year with an open mind but I'm not holding my breath. I feel like i'm in school with her because instead of the teachers teaching my child, I'm doing it.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2013
My son started Chet's Creek Elem in 2010 in Kindergarten. He had the most loving, kind & patient teacher. There was only 18 kids in his class & he thrived!! She looped up with them, to 1st grade, & he also thrived! Then came 2nd grade. :( He was put in a class with 36 kids and 2 teachers who didn't seem to care for each other. And the "class room" was not even a class room. It was a resource room that was turned into a so called "class room". It has NO windows, no closets & there is so much stuff that covers every single space on the wall, it's mind-boggling!! Their desks are crammed together & as parents you can barely move around the room! I know the teachers hate the room, too, as they have expressed their distaste for being stuck in that room. I hope and pray that he gets a better teacher, next year or we will have to remove him. The teachers this year have no patience with a lot of their kids, unless they are "perfect". And it's sad that the teachers, from the previous year, give the future teacher a card on kids; so basically the new teacher already has her mind made up about the incoming kid, before he or she even enters her room. Let them form their own opinion!!

- submitted by a parent
December 28, 2012
Chets Creek is an amazing elementary school. We purposely bought our home in Johns Creek almost 7 years ago to ensure our son would attend Chets Creek. He has learned so much from the teachers there. I have read some of the comments and am sad to see ones about teachers expecting parents to help teach while they earn a paycheck. The only way your child will be successful in life is parent involvement. That means helping with the teaching, reinforcing the principals and rules and being involved in your child's classroom and with school events. It has been a wonderful 6 years at Chets Creek. I am sad to say this is our son's last year, as he is in 5th grade. I highly speak of this school and would recommend it to anyone who has the opportunity to send their child there. I was never as excited about going to school as my son is. The enthusiasm of the teachers begins with the enthusiasm of the Principal, Mrs. Phillips.

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2012
I love my daughter's teacher, Mrs. Alvarado, grade 1. She knows how to challenge them and bring out the best in them. Mrs. Alvarado holds them accountable for their actions and work. She was also our kindergarten teacher and we were blessed that she could loop up with them. Love Mrs. Alvarado!!!!!!

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2012
Theres alot of lazy teachers there. They expect you to teach your children and they get the pay check.

- submitted by a parent
September 14, 2012
We entered Chets Creek Elem id year last year. The staff was friendly welcoming and her teachers were awesome. I do have to say they were slow to respond to my childs learning disabilities and even though they are familiar with her they have yet to test this year. I believe they would rather NOT have special needs or learning disabled students attend this school. Their curriculum is very aggressive and their class time is less than 6 hours a day ad that to all the early dismissal days and weather days Id say they need longer classroom hours and less days off or early dismissal days.

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2012
My daughter entered Kindergarten this year. It has been two weeks and I have been greatly impressed with the professionalism of all teachers and tthe involvement of the principal. They encourage parents to become involved in school activities, they raise funds to help others in need, they keep you updated of your child's progress and they have the highest standards of safety that I have seen in a public school. You are not allowed to enter the school and be part of their activities unless you have a background check and you have been cleared. The kids are polite and helpful which says a lot about the education they are receiving. My daughter was happy to attend Chets Creek from day one. I am too.

- submitted by a parent
May 16, 2012
I consider this school a great one for children with no special needs. However when rating it from the perspective of a parent with a kid with special needs, it won't meet the "great" rating. Most of the personnel (resources, other services, and other personnel, I had no problems with my child's teachers in the classroom) are not prepared to handle all kids with special needs. They don't have the proper training, and I am not sure if they are interested in getting personnel trained properly to handle these "special needs" kids or if the personnel is not interested on getting the proper training; not even the behavior specialist. They presumed to be an inclusion school, but I can't consider the school as such. Also some PTA volunteers are not there to "help."

- submitted by a parent
March 26, 2012
I love this school, my son is so happy in it. The entire staff makes you feel welcome. The teachers are easy to reach and they genuine take care of their students. It is such a great environment to grow and learn and the community of parens and students is one of my favorite.

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2012
People are quick to judge schools and teachers these days. Let's face it, they are an easy target. Blaming others or a system is easier than taking responsibility for our own actions. My wife and I are no exception. We have one child. The faculty and administration at Chets Creek Elementary have been outstanding. Mrs. Karen Meissner was an excellent kindergarten teacher. She taught our son how to listen and follow directions. When he went to first grade, we hoped for the same success. Mrs. Antonia Chant taught our son to read and love school. He was an overzealous six year old with lots to say. She was loving and patient with him. She even helped him cope with the loss of his grandmother. We've had many more great teachers at Chets Creek, but these two teachers will forever be part of what makes our son amazing. Thanks to all of the teachers at Chets Creek for your dedication and courage.

- submitted by a parent
February 05, 2011
Chets Creek is an outstanding school. My son entered 3rd grade testing 8th grade in math and 6th grade in reading/writing. My concern is that he would not be challenged. He was tested halfway through the 4th grade and tested 10 grade in math and 7th grade in reading/writing. The school recognizd he was bright and helped develope him along with the entire class. Eli felt loved by the teachers and they challenged him. I feel very blessed to have him at Chets Creek.

- submitted by a parent
July 20, 2010
Our decision to purchase a house in the area even when my wife and I work more than 15miles away was because of Chets Creek. And so far it was one of the best decisions we've made. My daughter will be entering 1st grade and had an amazing experience in Kindergarten. This undeniable joy for learning fostered in CCE likewise made her younger sister excited to go to this school as well. We couldn't be happier

- submitted by a parent
February 14, 2010
I reluctantly moved my child from a private school to Chets Creek only to find out that their educational system is far better than the private school were he went before. The principal and teachers work very hard to run an awesome school. I have nothing negative to say about it so far, and best of all, it is free!

- submitted by a parent
January 19, 2010
This school would be alot better off if the school board would allow teachers to teach. Between holidays ( those of your local banker) and early dismissals, the forty - six days could achieve the outcomes to be successful. ( F.C.A.T.) My only concern is the students and it is difficult to me meet any expectation of success when school is always out or shorten.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 18, 2009
I can't say enough good things about this school. The administration and teachers are committed to engaging children, which in my opinion, is the key to sucessful learning!

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May 27, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
May 13, 2009
Great school if all you want to do is socialize with other parents! My child is in a huge class with 36 kids. In my opinion way too big to provide quality instruction. I was right! Not only did my child progress slowly in reading and writing, but the teachers waited until 1 month before school ends to let us know that extensive tutoring over the summer would be needed to advance to 1st grade. Homework has ended 3 weeks before the end of school. The parents and teachers at this school are snobs to say it nicely. All working parents are left out of the loop so bad it is unprofessional. I am pulling my child out, private school next year!

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May 01, 2009
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April 16, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2009
I am so happy with Chet's Creek, we moved here from Atlanta, GA and can't say enough good things about the school. Thank you so much to the teachers and administrative staff for all their hard work and dedication. My daughter loves school now and is achieving, loves to learn and do her homework. :O) She's in Kindergarten now.

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January 06, 2009
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no rating November 03, 2008
Awesome teachers and parent's involvement. Who needs private schools when you have a school like this!!!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 14, 2008
We LOVE Chet's Creek. It is an outstanding school!We moved from NY last year and my daughter started at Chet's Creek in March, right from the begining the teacher Miss Sasso (who is wonderful) made her feel at home. it made the move so much easier. My daughter now is in the 1st grade and she loves going to school.... We just can not say enough about Chet's Creek!

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August 24, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
August 07, 2008
Teaching staff is completely OUTSTANDING! The gifted program at Chet's Creek has challenged my 2 sons and prepared them for middle school.

- submitted by a parent
July 31, 2008
Chets Creek Elementary is an excellent school dedicated to meeting the needs of all its students. It is a magical place full or loving, caring people who have dedicated their lives to children. No better anywhere!

- submitted by a parent
no rating July 28, 2008
I think that this school is the best school in Jacksonville. The front office staff and teachers are wonderful. My kids love this school and I do as well!

- submitted by a parent
June 03, 2008
We transfered to Chets Creek in the middle of Kindergarted and my daughter is now finishing 2nd grade. We have been so blessed with her teachers, Mrs Donalson and Mrs Lankford. The children love them. They are outstanding teachers and everyday it shows how much they love what they do. The leadership is wonderful they make learning fun for the children. The love and unity is felt throughout the whole school. We look forward to 3rd grade, we know it will be another wonderful year.

- submitted by a parent
May 14, 2008
I am very happy we found this school when we moved here from Texas . Iwas concerned that my daughter was going to have trouble adjusting to a new school . The staff and her teachers have done a great job in helping her to adjust and she has made alot of new friends. My son will be starting kindergarten in the fall an is really excited to get back to school, he was in Pre-K before we moved and was sad that there was no Pre-K here. I as a parent love the location because we live across the street. The school is great they make learning fun and exciting for the kids.

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February 07, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
July 28, 2007
Chets Creek is an amazing school that my daughter will not be able to attend for 5th grade due to a move to another area of town. Ms Morris & Ms Metzger, her teachers last year, understood that even StraightA students need encouragement, sometimes even more to prevent from straying.The entire school has an atmosphere of striving for success with such passion that it would be hard for any student not to get the help that they need. They continuously had workshops for parents to help them be a part of the process as well. There was a GREAT balance between fun and learning so the kids did not get bored. My daughter would like me to add also that the principal would get on the daily news show and provide encouragement as well.Way to go CHETS CREEK ELEMENTARY for a SUPERB job!!! There are not enough words to express how great this school is.

- submitted by a parent
July 19, 2007
I am a teacher (not at Chet's Creek) and as a teacher I can not recommend Chet's Creek enough. As a parent of three I can give you great testimonials of how well the school has prepared my kids for the future. My two oldest are in Middle school now but have great memories of all of their teachers and friends at Chet's Creek. They are both leaders and achivers, continuing to score high on their tests, and get excellent grades. My soon to be 4th grade boy has an intense love for learning, and has also made some great friends at the school. If you are considering Chet's Creek for you child, please stop the search for any other school. Chet's Creek is the best!! Sincerely, TeacherK

- submitted by a parent
July 16, 2007
I absolutely love Chet s Creek Elementary. I am so fortunate my daughter is able to attend such a distinguished school. Ms. Phillips, the principal, is one of the sweetest, kind-hearted people I have met. My daughter s kindergarten teachers, Mrs. Bridges & Ms. Lewis, were terrific to say the least. One of them even had a baby during the school year and was so dedicated to her school children she came back to work before her 6-weeks. She is an incredible woman. Their patience with the children and ability to calm 30 kindergartens with such a small voice amazed me. My daughter was reading, performing arithmetic, counting coins (money), and doing science projects by the middle of the school year. My daughter enjoyed going to school and interacting with the science, arts, and physical education teachers, as well. I can not express enough the gratitude toward Chet's Creek.

- submitted by a parent
June 29, 2007
This school is FCAT only and kids with learn problems are left behind. You have a child that all year make no progress all year that's a problem.

- submitted by a parent
June 11, 2007
Great school! My son has attended K-1 so far and we are looking forward to 2nd grade.

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May 08, 2007
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- submitted by a student
May 07, 2007
I can say that this is a very good school. My biggest concern is that they teach the FCAT without fail and my son is ADHD which causes him to fall through the cracks. I beleive that kids like my son should be taught using a different curriculum and not have so much focus on FCAT. Principal is too friendly with teachers. Teachers try hard but get frustrated as we parents of ADHD kids do. Overall though, there is a tremendous amount of extra help afforded my son. I just hope that as we progress, no child really gets left behind! If they would/could focus more on deep learning and not just the surface for special needs children.

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May 03, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2007
Great School! Teacher-Parent relationship is excellent.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2007
I was not very satisfied with the quality of my son's elementary school. So after attending his previous elementary school from K-2, I decided to put him in another school. After extensive research on what Public School would meet my straight A son's academic needs, I chose Chets Creek Elementary. And I couldn't have made a better choice. Even though my son was already a straight A student, he absolutely loved this school. There were no wild tales, bad experiences, bullying, etc. Nothing. I was so grateful for such a happy child. I knew he was in the right place ... so it didn't surprise me when Chets Creek was rated one of Florida's top 100 schools in 2006. His teachers were great and available (for the most part), but above all... he loved it, and his straight A status and scores of 5 on the FCAT continued. Great School.

- submitted by a parent
September 20, 2006
Chets Creek has been a tradition in our family since my oldest began Kindergarten in 2000. Shes now in a magnet for the academically gifted/talented middle schools having scored a 96 on the FCAT verbal at the end of last year. She has fond memories of her teachers there. My Kindergartner this year has her big sisters Kindergarten teacher and all good things lie ahead from here. Mr. Roark, Mrs. Walag, Mrs. Shannon, Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Meissner are all top notch. Mr. Roark used to even call home to tell me how wonderful my oldest was! I was able to volunteer more when the oldest was there but now I work full-time and don't get the earlier review about how not being able to volunteer is a hindrance to her child's success, my #2 is blossoming into a class leader and comes home everyday just as happy as she left.

- submitted by a parent
September 19, 2006
Great resources, but I can't say much about the teaching. My child has been there for three years, and it keeps getting worse. They tell me all the time what he can't do, yet he can do it all at home. I don't feel the teachers really teach, I think they basically all expect the children to learn at home and than show the teachers what they can do when they get to school. Appalling. Principal and teachers have favorites, which is expected, but they are so obvious about it that it is disgusting.

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2006
The best feedback a parent can give about a school is the progress the children are making academically and the happiness that shines thru them when they are truly happy in a school. I have two girls that have attended this school and I have been extremely happy with the school. Most importantly my girl loved going to school everyday. Props to Miss Crandall, Ms Donalson, Ms Calvarese... and the many more teachers that have impacted my daughters lives in a positive way.

- submitted by a parent
August 02, 2006
Our son had a great Kindergarten year, and he is looking forward to the first grade. It's all about getting the right teacher, and if you are lucky enough to do that your child is in good hands. It is my opinion that most teachers at all schools are not so great, but we really lucked out, and hopefully the fact that he had a great K teacher will bless us with luck for the rest of his time at Chet's Creek.

- submitted by a parent
July 17, 2006
Chet's creek is a great school! My daughter had a wonderful kindergarten teacher who encouraged her to do well in school. The school itself has excellent staff and a lot of parental involvement.

- submitted by a parent
May 17, 2006
Basically a good school for a public school. I'm transferring my daughter out before she has to go to Middle School though.

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May 08, 2006
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March 24, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2005
Chets Creek has excellent leadership staff. Staff in office is excellent. Past two years hvae been amazing and wonderful.

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July 26, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
May 03, 2005
This school is completely worthless unless your child is a robot. I am completely unimpressed. Everyone has told me what a fabulous school it is. This school may have high test scores, but it does not care bout the students that are having a little trouble. My son is smart, and can do everything he's expected to do for a normal kindergartener at home, but does nothing at the school. He must think the place is as worthless as I do.

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April 04, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2005
My son has been in this school since 1st grade my son is ADHD. The teacher's have been very supportive to my son. They actually take the time to call me and give me feedback on my son. Mrs Chants was his 2nd grade teacher and she is an exceptional teacher, we need more teachers like her.

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March 21, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
March 14, 2005
This school has lots of parental support but the class sizes are too large and the school is overcrowded. This is a problem in other schools in the district also.

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January 04, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
October 11, 2004
This school is considered one of the best in the county, but i do not agree.The principal is too lax with the staff because she is friends with them. The office staff, especially the front desk lady are very mean.The front desk clerk is always playing on her computer ignores children and parents who come in.We have talked with the principal many times but it continues because they are friends. My child has suffered because of this and is afraid to go to the clinic/office because he will be treated badly.Most of the teachers are new or first year teachers.The school has a problem retaining teachers.My son's teacher was supposed to 'loop' the class up to the next grade and then just quit. Now the class is split to different rooms.The school is very cliqueish and they shun us less affluent parents because we can't do the extras. Unacceptable treatment!

- submitted by a parent
June 22, 2004
My girls have thrived at this school! They love to learn and the teachers are so dedicated.

- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2004
This is my daughter's first year in this school. The school does a lot of family functions and that is great. What I do not like is that the classes are too big and my daughter's first grade teacher is not what I would expect from a teacher.

- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2004
What can I say. Chets Creek is awesome. Knowing that my child is receiving a top notch education while I'm at work is a great deal of relief. They have after and before school care if needed. Before I moved to Florida I heard how horrible their school systems were. Chets Creek is above and beyond most schools I've visited in the nation. I am now looking to finish my career in the Jacksonville area so that my child can attned Chets Creek as long as possible. Thanks. Marcus

- submitted by a parent
April 08, 2004
This is our first year at this school and the difference is remarkable! I see why this school is an A+...

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2004
Chet's Creek Elementary is top notch. Everything is run very efficiently and with a wonderful, positive attitude that is contagious. My son just adores his teacher tells me that she treats all her students special. Although he came in at a high level for his grade, I am still pleased with his improvement during the year.

- submitted by a parent
November 17, 2003
The expectations at Chets Creek are like none other I have ever seen. As an educator and parent, I have been most impressed with the level of excellence that this school achieves in every category! A must see to believe! Results are outstanding!

- submitted by a parent
October 12, 2003
Although my children do not attend Chets Creek anymore (because they are in middle school now) I just had to write a comment about how great this school is! The standards are very high but my children are doing great in middle school because Chets Creek prepared them. The teachers are great! And if you send your child to this school I promise you that you won't be sorry.

- submitted by a parent
September 09, 2003
My children have been attending Chet's Creek for past 2 years. I am completely satisfied with teachers and staff at the school. The school is run effectively and efficently and at the highest of standards on an academic level. My children are very pleased and enjoy attending Chet's Creek.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2003
Very pleased. We have a child with special needs, and there is a caring and safe environment for our child!

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Chet's Creek Elementary School
13200 Chets Creek Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL  32224
(904) 992-6390
Last modified Chet's Creek Elementary School is a Public school that serves grades PK-5. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 10 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Chet's Creek Elementary School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 73 reviews.